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The Old Dairy at Yew Tree Farm, Chard, Somerset

The Old Dairy at Yew Tree Farm
Chard
Somerset

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Bordering both Devon and Somerset, in a gloriously unspoilt and peaceful location at the end of a farm road, these delightful cottages are set on a non working farm with stunning views across a west Dorset landscape. The cottages are set around a large courtyard each with its own patio, decking and enclosed garden. This setting is a paradise for walkers with the Wessex Ridgeway passing the door, and for fishermen, with the owners' private lake for coarse fishing 300 yards away. The picturesque medieval port of Lyme Regis lies just 11 miles to the south on the World Heritage Jurassic coast which extends from Swanage via Lulworth Cove to Beer and Branscombe and beyond. Other places of interest within easy reach include Montacute House, Cricket St Thomas wildlife park, Cerne Abbas Giant, the historic market town of Dorchester and Weymouth with its many attractions. Shop/P.O. mile, pub serving food 1 miles.

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